Canon Announces two new PowerShots

Cannon has announced two new models in its PowerShot model line. Both cameras feature the all new DIGIC 5 image processor for faster shooting ability as well as 12.1 megapixel CMOS sensors, which allow for 1080p "Full HD" video recording. Other highlights for both

cameras include Canon's HS SYSTEM, High-Speed Burst HQ, Intelligent IS, and HDMI outputs.

The Canon PowerShot S100 is a relatively compact point-and-shoot model, which replaces the S95. In addition to the features listed above, it has a 3.0-inch LCD viewing screen, a 5x wide angle optical zoom lens (24-120mm), a new rubber grip, GPS capabilities, and the ability to shoot in the RAW format. It will be available in early November. Click here to read more and find out about pricing!

The Canon PowerShot SX40 HS is a superzoom camera (it's replacing the SX30 IS) with a 35x optical zoom (24-840mm), a 2.7-inch vari-angle LCD (great for high or low angled shots), improved Smart AUTO mode, and a zoom framing assist button. It should hit stores in late September. Click here to read more and find out about pricing!